It’s only been a day since JJC Skillz, the Nigerian singer and producer, alerted the public to the shipwreck of his marriage to Funke Akindele, the Nollywood actress.
Since then, tweeps and the media have swooped down to pick apart what is left of a marriage that fell apart.
Some social media users also took it upon themselves to reinforce beliefs that successful women make bad wives, while others blamed the separation on JJC Skillz and his alleged infidelity.
Here are some of their takes:
Small quarrel and Funke Akindele asked her husband JJC Skillz to leave the house. For those of you that have been asking for ages,this is exactly why men avoid “independent women”. We are not intimidated by your success;We just don’t want to be humiliated in this manner someday.
— DR.PENKING™ 🇦🇺🇳🇬 #PeterObi (@drpenking) June 30, 2022
When it comes to broken Marriages everyone seems to have an opinion and they have all done great philosophers about life and marriage. May God choose the best for us. Let Funke Akindele rest
— Olayemi Victoria, PhD (@sisiolayemi) July 1, 2022
I don't know why so many people were so concerned about Funke Akindele. She married several men without child and fortunately she married someone who got her pregnant and delivered a baby and decided to path. I believe she has gotten what she wantedAdvertisement
— God first (@iamdeeone4u) July 1, 2022
Nigerian men have been kicking their wives out of their houses for breathing too loud, Funke kicked her husband out for reasons we're not yet privy to and it's like the world is coming to an end. 🤣🤣🤣🤣
— Wandoo (@Wandyliciouss) July 1, 2022Advertisement
However, as people scavenge through the wreckage, Funke Akindele is noticeably quiet about the separation.
Benito, son of JJC Skillz, had recently claimed that his dad and the movie star cheated on each other.
“Guys, they’re not really together. They both cheated on each other, they both had a fight. My dad is practically leaving somewhere else and I don’t even care about them anymore,” he had said.
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